Postexposure Prophylaxis

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Coinfection Guidelines (Hep, TB, STIs)

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  • Non-Occupational Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (nPEP) in Rural Areas – Does It Exist?

    Nurses are on the frontlines of increasing access to health care and as a nurse, my first priority is always the patient. There was a recent case that demonstrates the importance of the role of nursing in achieving needed services for patients. In this case, a young person was a victim of sexual...

  • HIV PrEP and Incident HCV Infection

    Providers at Kaiser San Francisco, which has a large HIV preexposure prophylaxis (PrEP) program, recently published a brief report on 2 patients who developed acute HCV while on HIV PrEP. This reinforces what we might expect--that while PrEP may be effective as an HIV prevention method,...

  • Updated Occupational PEP Guidelines

    Updated guidelines for management of occupational exposures to HIV were published by the U.S. Public Health Service in September. Among many important recommendations, the new guidelines:

    Eliminate assessment of exposure severity as a means of determining the number of PEP drugs Recommend PEP...
  • Listening in on the Warmline, PEPline and the Perinatal HIV Hotline: Consultation when Considering PrEP

    Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), specifically the daily use of oral antiretroviral drugs as an HIV prevention measure, has been an increasingly hot topic in the HIV world since studies emerged in 2010 showing promising transmission prevention results among medication-adherent men who have sex...

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HIV Medical Management: Clinical and Didactic Experience for Providers
HIV Medical Management: Clinical and Didactic Experience for Providers
Post Exposure Prophylaxis to HIV: Make it Simple
Event type: Webinars
22nd Annual HIV Update: Contemporary Issues in Management Course
National Rural Health Day
Event type: Awareness Days